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Radio show host Mark Forsythe talks about the impact the First World War had on the Fraser Valley.
Langley’s 108-year-old Coghlan Substation is seeing use in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
The Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir has three Lower Mainland concerts this week.
West My Friend performs indie-folk at the United Churches of Langley on Nov. 9.
Desirée Patterson grew up taking photos in Langley and owns a studio in downtown Vancouver.
Kaylee Harwood graduated from the Langley Fine Arts School and pursued musical theatre.
Both garlic and onion contain compounds that can leave cooks with smelly hands.
A number of happenings coming up around town in Langley.
Proceeds from the event help the Fort Gallery operate.
The Langley Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild show is in West Langley Hall.
Passionate about dragon boating, Ruth Bedell manages to carve out some time for the theatre, too.
A current exhibit, Outlooks: No Kittens, No Kardashians, will include an opening reception Nov. 1.
Pieces by anonymous local painters are being sold off at a fundraiser Friday for $100 each.
Langley Schools Music Project ‘Innocence and Despair’ album inspired ‘School of Rock’ movie
A local actor steps back on stage in Royal Canadian Theatre Company’s showing of Arsenic and Old Lace.
BC Country Music Association held its 42nd awards Sunday, co-hosted by Langley’s Karen Lee Batten.
The Vaudevillians ready to storm the stage with ‘As Time Goes By’